Rajasthan Tourism At A Glance
‘Padhaaro Maare Desh’ (Welcome To My Land)
visitors are invited by this melodic tune in Rajasthan. Most of us recognize Rajasthan as a state of vibrant folk dance and music, enormous forts and palaces, spicy food, colourful turbans, extensive golden sand desert, camels and the pride of Rajasthani men Mustache. In other words, tour in Rajasthan is a way to acquaint one with history, culture, wildlife and nature along with adventure of a place that is just so exceptional.
The ornamented palaces and the vigorous forts on the hillocks still have the capability to take one back in time and live the glorious history of Rajputs. The forts and havelis add experience of exploring one of the historically wealthy states in India.
BEST TIME TO VISIT RAJASTHAN
Winters (October to March) is an ideal time to visit Rajasthan.
To Experience jawdropping Heritage Forts, Palaces, Mansions (havelis), Wildlife, Sand Dunes, Lakes, Religious Places, Fairs and Festivals, Desert Safaris, handicrafts and shopping all together.
10°C to 27°C
(October to February)
21°C to 35°C
(July to September)
24°C to 45°C
(April to June)